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  • Ethan1122
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    iMac lcd child, it's a sweet seemingly insignificant detail...
























    Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive

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  • Erickem
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    just G4 Tower

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    Last edited by Erickem; May 18, 2018, 04:47.

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  • arketah
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    For me It's Mac Lcd.

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  • shami
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    I am using imac 5G. Its awesome. I really love it.

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  • Agathon
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    Originally posted by Earthling7
    Most of the time:
    12" PowerBook 1.5GHz, 1.25GB
    ditto

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  • Fake Boris
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    iBook 12" 1.33GHz

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  • Earthling7
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    Most of the time:
    12" PowerBook 1.5GHz, 1.25GB, 80GB etc.

    Sometimes (mostly just a render machine nowadays although I played CivIII on it today):
    PowerMac 800MHz, 512MB, 40+250GB...

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  • MacCiv
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    Originally posted by Insane
    Heck, you folks need more hardware

    [work]
    Dual 1.0 G4 Tower
    [home]
    G3 laptop (Lombard)
    G3 Tower (Yosemite)
    PowerMac 8500 w/ G3 upgrade (recently retired, in search of a new home)
    G4 iMac flat panel (actually my wifes, but I "use" it now and then)

    ... on second thought... maybe I need less hardware
    nah, you don't need less hardware.... in the Mac community, the person with the most Macs wins

    umm, back to topic...
    I have two PowerBook G4s... size matters
    15" PowerBook G4(1.25Ghz)
    12" PowerBook G4(1.33Ghz)
    (Airport Extreme base station w/o modem)

    Retired/collecting foodstamps- iMac 333mhz

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  • FlameFlash
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    I need to correct my earlier post... my Wife's laptop died, so now I'm just on the G4 when she's willing to share.

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  • Gatekeeper
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    I did some more checking. Apparently it's misinformation — 10.4.1 does support Classic, at least according to the folks at the MacCentral forums who are running the OS.

    Heh. As I said there, I've never been so happy to have one of my posts declared as nonsense!

    Gatekeeper

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  • Gatekeeper
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    That's what I've heard from various Mac forums ...

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  • monolith94
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    10.4.1 won't support classic?

    ****ers.

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  • Gatekeeper
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    I'm still on the same computer. I had (and may still have) plans to acquire a G5 iMac by July or September, then Jobs came out and announced the switch from IBM to Intel chips.

    Universal binaries or not, I'm not sure it's such a wise investment to drop $2000 or so (including peripherals such as a printer, scanner and software) on a machine that will be truly outdated by 2007. Then again, I don't buy a ton of software, so I'd probably be just fine.

    Heh. Then there's the issue of 10.4.1 no longer supporting the Classic environnment which means, short me partitioning the HD and finding a CD of 9.x, there'd be no more Civ II for me.

    Gatekeeper

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  • dojoboy
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    Originally posted by Gatekeeper
    OK, I've caved in and upgraded to 8.6, but that's it! No higher, 'cause I'm getting a *new* 'puter down the road, so y'all will have to wait for that iPhone, iSight thingie!

    BTW, my iMac only has 160 RAM.

    Gatekeeper


    I do hope things have changed?

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  • Insane
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    Heck, you folks need more hardware

    [work]
    Dual 1.0 G4 Tower
    [home]
    G3 laptop (Lombard)
    G3 Tower (Yosemite)
    PowerMac 8500 w/ G3 upgrade (recently retired, in search of a new home)
    G4 iMac flat panel (actually my wifes, but I "use" it now and then)

    ... on second thought... maybe I need less hardware

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